Archive for April 15th, 2011

Phillips elected as ASGC president

By William Dudley

Cheryl Ann Phillips, ASGC president-elect (Photo: Russ Lindquist)

GROSSMONT COLLEGE — Cheryl-Anne Phillips and Christopher Enders headed a group of 15 Grossmont students who were elected to governing positions with the Associated Students of Grossmont College.

Phillips, currently ASGC comptroller, was elected president, while Enders,  this year’s  student president, retained his other current position as student trustee on the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District Board of Governors.

Voter turnout in the online elections was low, with 221 students participating out of 18,797 registered students eligible to vote.
Phillips received 184 votes for president, while Enders got 189 votes for student trustree.  That was 1.18 percent of the potential electorate.

Both Phillips and Enders ran unopposed. Other people elected with no opposition included Dylan Keeling (vice president), Arianna Nevins (comptroller), Samantha Elliott (executive secretary of student legislation), and Ivan Gutierrez (director of campus activities). In the only  contest, Emma Carrillo was elected director of publicity, eking out a win over Sicarra Devers with 102 votes (52% of the vote).

On the same ballot, Devers was successful in her quest to become a member of the ASGC Board of Directors, joining the elected students mentioned above. In addition, the Board of Directors will include Molly Ayala, Wayne Anthony Butler, Christopher Foskett, Kevin Garcia, James Mauschbaugh, and Perla Perez. To join the board, these students had to file their candidacy and receive at least one student vote.

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Dudley is editor-in-chief of the GC Summit.  He may be contacted at williamd@gcsummit.com

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Mormon missionaries proselytize on campus

Elder Larson (left) with his mission companion, Elder Fisher

GROSSMONT COLLEGE–Just outsides the perimeter of the campus lies both a church of, and an Institute of Religion for, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saint (commonly called “Mormonism”).   Two missionaries therefrom proselytized at Grossmont’s campus on April 14th.

Elders Larson and Fisher hail from Aurora, Utah, and Pocatello, Idaho, respectively.  In 2009, they each began their respective missions for their church. — Russell Lindquist

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Lindquist is Managing Editor for the GC Summit; email him at russL@gcsummit.com

Islam Awareness Day explains the faith

Story and photos by Russell Lindquist

GROSSMONT COLLEGE–The Muslim Students Association (MSA) hosted Islam Awareness Day (IAD) on campus, Wednesday, April 12. Attendance was sparse yet spirits were high, which accords with the principle of Margaret Mead’s maxim to “never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

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‘Entrances & Exits’ thrills

Story and Video by Xavier Green

GROSSMONT COLLEGE — Funky hairstyles, graceful movements and feeling the Gospel in your body; That is what you can expect from Entrances & Exits by the dance department of Grossmont College. April 14, theopening night, attracted a full house.

Students, faculty and parents came to watch an amazing show with The Afro-Cuban Ensemble bringing down the house with its opening act. People were excited to see what was next. The show continued to amaze, providing a repertoire ranging from upbeat tempos, to calm, relaxing melodies that put a smile on your face.

It was exhilarating to see students doing what they love and enjoy, which is dance. Entrances & Exits is a well put together production, with eleven unique and tasteful acts including a finale that will have audience members dancing with joy.

The show runs till Saturday April 16. 

If you can’t make it to the show you can order a DVD that will be available May 9.   Pre-Order your DVD through Kathy Meyer or David Mullen in the Dance Department.

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Green is a student in Media Comm 132.  He may be contacted at xavierg@gcsummit.com

Art students exhibit their best May 9-19

GROSSMONT COLLEGE—The Hyde Art Gallery on campus will host the annual student art exhibition May 9-19.  Mixed media pieces representing almost every art form are expected to be on display including ceramics, digital media, photographs, paintings, drawings, jewlery, sculpture, 2-D and 3-Dimensional design.  An awards ceremony and reception is planned from 7 to 9 p.m., May 17.

Exhibitors will be students currently taking second-semester art classes at Grossmont.  Recommendation of a faculty member is a prerequisite for entry, with a limit of two pieces per student.  Approximately 300 works are expected to be shown at the free exhibit.

Ben Aubert, curator of the gallery, said the goal of the exhibit is “to display work that represents the best work of the students over the last two semesters.”  Judging will be by an art council that will award cash prizes for best-in-show and in each individual art form.  Exhibitors who wish to sell their works may do so. 
Alexis Tittle

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Tittle is a student in Media Comm 132.  She may be contacted at alexist@gcsummit.com